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The endless fight AGAINST cyber crime

Dearbhla Gavin reports on the challenge IT providers face from cyber criminals – and how Ireland could be leading the charge against them

1st February, 2015

Last year will be widely remembered in technology circles as the year of the internet of things. The year where the majority of business and consumer activity was done via digital exchange. Arguments in favour from the perspective of ease and efficiency aside, developments and pace of commerce online will by default bring with it an increase in cyber crime.

The potential consequences and high profile past breaches have been widely documented but the revelation...

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